One of the reasons I went into business was to help small businesses compete and succeed in the world of big-budget corporations. As I grew up in the tiny town of Wyalusing, PA, which had a 2010 census population of 596, which is probably more than when I was a kid. We are that quintessential small-town America with one stoplight, everyone joining together around a Christmas tree to sing carols at Christmas, and everyone knowing everyone else when you go grocery shopping. In fact, the town got its only stoplight after I had already gone off to college. Growing up in a tiny town helped shape me and that community culture is something those from bigger cities have trouble understanding and relating to.
Small Town SEO Can Work at Lower Budgets
Small towns still have competing businesses and people making their livelihood in different ways and search engine marketing can be a great part of that puzzle. Just because you are a little closer to nature than those in the big cities does not mean you don’t have a passion for what you do, and in many cases do it better than those from the bigger cities. You deserve to get found too. Typically small towns have less competition to deal with in the SEO world and can often get presence more quickly and with a smaller budget. We have experience and plans to help you move forward on a smaller budget. After all, that is what got me started in this business. I wanted to help businesses from towns like Wyalusing, PA or any rural and small town, get more exposure and succeed.
DIY SEO or Affordable Plans for Rural Businesses
If you are one of those DIY types that can take some training and run with it, we can help you with consulting and training, or if you want to start with a plan at a lower budget, chances are we can get you showing up in local search pretty quickly, just by following the rules and doing it right. We can definitely put you in a better spot than you are right now, even if you only have a small budget to spend. Give us a call and see how we can get you found and move you forward. After all, we got into this to help small businesses and come straight from rural Americal.